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Lana Del Rey Announces Absurd 'Ultraviolence' Track List

Album includes songs like 'Fucked My Way Up to the Top,' 'Old Money,' 'The Other Woman'

Lana Del Rey
Nicole Nodland
May 8, 2014 3:35 PM ET

Lana Del Rey has posted the track list for her upcoming album Ultraviolence on Facebook, and yes, it is everything you could want from the artist who made a short film in which John Wayne, Elvis Presley, Jesus and Marilyn Monroe hang out in the Garden of Eden.

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Choice song titles include: "Old Money," "Fucked My Way Up to the Top," "Money Power Glory," "Sad Girl," "The Other Woman," "Guns and Roses" and "Florida Kilos." You can check out the full track list below.

Del Rey has already teased Ultraviolence with the new track "West Coast" — the previously shared non-album cut "Meet Me in the Pale Moonlight" has been taken offline — but the follow-up to her 2012 breakout Born to Die still doesn't have an official release date, though it's expected to hit shelves via Interscope this year.

Ultraviolence finds Del Rey teaming up with an unlikely collaborator, the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach. After meeting at a party, Auerbach invited to Del Rey to stop by his Nashville studio, and what was expected to be a short trip turned into a two week session. "Her demos were so good, her songs were so strong that I wanted to get my musicians in who I love and get my sound that I get here with her songs and that's it," Auerbach recently told Rolling Stone. "I didn't want to mess it up. She sang live with a seven-piece band. That's the whole record — a seven-piece band with her singing live. It was crazy."

Ultraviolence tracklist:

1) Cruel World
2) Ultraviolence
3) Shades of Cool
4) Brooklyn Baby
5) West Coast
6) Sad Girl
7) Pretty When You Cry
8) Money Power Glory
9) Fucked My Way Up to the Top
10) Old Money
11) The Other Woman
12) Black Beauty (bonus track)
13) Guns and Roses (bonus track)
14) Florida Kilos (bonus track)

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